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Sequential sampling and modelling for mean dominant height estimation

Sequential sampling and modelling for mean dominant height estimation

Australian Forestry 53(1): 41-46

A method is presented of checking the validity of model predictions of the mean dominant height (MDH) for a cutting unit (used to predict volume and growth for the cutting unit) using sequential sampling. Inventory data provided by the New South Wales Forestry Commission were used to test the effect of decision criteria and acceptable type 1 and type 2 error levels on average sample size.

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DOI: 10.1080/00049158.1990.10676059

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